Outfitters and Guides in the area offer rafting trips, big game hunts, fishing, trail rides, wagon rides and photography trips. The regions' exceptional pheasant, duck and goose hunting draw hunters nationwide. Trophy deer and antelope can sometimes be seen along the back roads. The 7,000 sq. foot Heritage Museum south of Twin Falls has the most complete mounted-wildlife display in Idaho, with all species depicted in their natural habitat settings. In addition to the expertly mounted game birds, big game, and fish, visitors can view 12,000 Indian artifacts (open March through December).
Car races, speedboat races, formal barbecues, parades, rodeos, railroad celebrations, fiddler contests, Oregon Trail and Pioneer days dot the calendar in this region. Lots of sights and activities are available for rounding out a memorable fishing or hunting expedition. The 14,300-acre City of Rocks is famous for its unusual rock formations, (some 60 stories high) where rock-climbers test their skills. There are even two ski resorts -- on Magic Mountain and Mount Harrison.
Contacts: South Central Idaho Travel Committee, 1-800-255-8946; Hagerman Chamber of Commerce, 208-837-4822; Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce, 208-733-3974.